Rich and Ashley recap Google I/O's keynote address, get weirded out by Japanese robots, and discuss stealth clothing.
It's a big episode today, filled with our Google I/O keynote recap, robot news anchors from Tokyo, the craziest privacy clothing yet, and, as always, your emails and tweets. Have you ever seen anything as fun and wacky as Google Cardboard? We haven't.
LG's Music Flow speaker really knows how to listen.
The Korean electronics giant filed a trademark application late last week for "Samsung Gear S."
The G3 smartphone is selling for $100 with the usual two-year contract, while the Android-based G Watch will run you $230.
The sportswear giant has a new no-frills activity tracker more practical than it is powerful. The goal is to succeed not on the merits of what it can do, but on the clarity of what it's not.
The next Android L release hits the road with the announcement of the Android Auto interface for cars.
Behind the scenes: What happens when you wear a biosensor to the movies? CNET's Stephen Shankland traveled to Cannes to find out.
Don't like LG's placement of its smartphone control buttons on the back of the G3 as it's done with some earlier phones? Better get used to it, because they aren't going anywhere.
A joke job advert was posted on a government website recently, looking for a James Bond-style special agent.